Just one season removed after fielding one of the nation’s worst rushing attacks, WVU now has one of the nation’s leading rushers on their roster.
#WVU’s @___lb4 is #5 in the nation in total rushing yards. He has 37 less carries and played in one less game than the current top rusher, Sincere McCormick of UTSA. pic.twitter.com/O4sCFEU9MC
— The Voice of Motown (@voicemorgantown) October 18, 2020
Leddie Brown is now 5th in the nation in rushing yards with 515 on 81 carries. He has been able to put up these impressive statistics while having 37 less touches than the nation’s leading rusher, Sincere McCormick of UTSA.
Hard-charging Leddie Brown is getting it done. No. 4 now ranks No. 4 in the nation in rushing at 128.8 Yards/Game. pic.twitter.com/SbKjc37GSX
— Jed Drenning (@TheSignalCaller) October 18, 2020
WVU sideline reporter, Jed Drenning, would also share an impressive stat from Brown. As of now, he ranks fourth in the nation in rushing yards per game (128.8).
Leddie Brown. The baddest man in Morgantown! @___lb4#HailWV pic.twitter.com/H8kQYyY9Yp
— WVU Football (@WVUfootball) October 17, 2020
His 87-yard touchdown rush was also the longest for WVU since Noel Devine broke off an 88-yard touchdown run in a 19-16 win over Pitt in 2009.
It appears we have the Big 12’s breakout player of the year on our hands. Leddie Brown is on the verge of something special.